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  • noun Plural form of abdicant.

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Examples

  • There is an unusual whiff here that the loss of the 60th vote is actually something of a relief - in that if Democrats fail to get any bipartisan support for their 2010 legislative agenda it enables them to cast the GOP not just as minority obstructionists, but as abdicants of their shared responsibility to govern.

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • There is an unusual whiff here that the loss of the 60th vote is actually something of a relief - in that if Democrats fail to get any bipartisan support for their 2010 legislative agenda it enables them to cast the GOP not just as minority obstructionists, but as abdicants of their shared responsibility to govern.

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • There is an unusual whiff here that the loss of the 60th vote is actually something of a relief - in that if Democrats fail to get any bipartisan support for their 2010 legislative agenda it enables them to cast the GOP not just as minority obstructionists, but as abdicants of their shared responsibility to govern.

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • There is an unusual whiff here that the loss of the 60th vote is actually something of a relief - in that if Democrats fail to get any bipartisan support for their 2010 legislative agenda it enables them to cast the GOP not just as minority obstructionists, but as abdicants of their shared responsibility to govern.

    The Corner on National Review Online

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